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Post time 2011-5-17 20:35:43 |Display all floors
And the many kilometer long blue lights along the river, are just about one meter above the water level.

Every other month they are flooded and only a few continue flickering.

But every other month small boats are getting there, getting the water out of the bulbs

and fixing the problem.

Every other month the boats come again.

What a country, where cost of electricity does not mean anything, at least not for those who have to spend tax payers money.

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Post time 2011-5-17 20:37:50 |Display all floors
For such excessive spending you could instead feed all the beggars of the city easily.

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Post time 2011-5-17 21:44:46 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 13403606 at 2011-5-17 20:35
And the many kilometer long blue lights along the river, are just about one meter above the water level.
Every other month they are flooded and only a few continue flickering.
But every other month small boats are getting there, getting the water out of the bulbs
and fixing the problem.
Every other month the boats come again.
What a country, where cost of electricity does not mean anything, at least not for those who have to spend tax payers money.
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hahahahahaa..
It said that our government have launched a project to substitute the former lights with LED lights.
And the LED lights are energy efficient products. And this project would save the tax payers' money.

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Post time 2011-5-17 23:34:37 |Display all floors
the annual increase from the same source: National Enenrgy Administration.
In April 2011: 12.4%
in April 2010: 23.1%
In April 2009: -3.63%
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Post time 2011-5-17 23:52:52 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 13403606 at 2011-5-17 20:32
A very good idea to put spotlights into trees along the whole stretch of the Pearl River.

Good for the trees, so they can see better in the night.

Maybe their photo synthesis will be 24 hours ...

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No intelligent comment from Rudi, the fake Catholic.

Why I'm not surprised?

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Post time 2011-5-18 08:39:40 |Display all floors
1. In general, China don't need to worry about the capacity of electricity supply, it's enough. The problem is that the electricity produced in west China can't be sent out.

2.
Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-5-13 11:23
In 2010,
Supply: The capacity of electricity production was 0.96 billion KW.
Demand: the consumption is 0.419 billion KW.
Demand/Supply = 40%
And then so much excess supply
, why?

From the perspective of electricity industry, the capacity must be larger than the highest demand. The reserve capacity is at least 10%~20%. If some electricity generators won't run for long time, We still can keep a balance between supply and demand, such situation can be called by excess capacity, or excess supply.

Said a chief engineer of energy research institute of grid of state company.

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Do Central government plan to raise the price sold by electricity production factories to grid of state?
It said Central government had already raised the price in the 16 provinces of west China at the early April, 2011.

source: a newspaper in Beijing
h ttp://news.163.com/11/0518/02/74A7I27L00014AED.html
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Post time 2011-5-18 08:48:13 |Display all floors
From the same source:

It is unlikely to raise the present electricity price sold by gid of state to ordinary Chinese, business companies, and factoris..

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